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- Writing Levels
- Preferred Character Gender
- Primarily Prefer Male
- Horror, Romance, Fantasy, Smut, YAOI, Slice of Life, Modern Fantasy,
Mood; Unaffected, acted enthusiasm
Mentions; Molly @DoomyCakez – Alkalb @parkpyro – Iridessa @Noctis the Devious
Conversation; Remy @Wicked
So far the day had not been like any other day. Ralyn had worked out that morning, mostly working on his cardio routine. His lips had been curled up in a pleasant smile as he headed towards the males bathroom. His head slightly moving in a nod to greet the people he encountered, yet not making any small talk. The warm water had been nice on his skin as it washed the sweat from his skin. His amber eyes watching the wall, though he listened to the conversation around them. Nothing seemed to be out of ordinary and that was important for the plan. However he could feel the slight tension that hung in the air. He could feel it around him, he could understand it, yet he couldn’t feel it himself. There had been a time where he had tried to figure out what had been wrong with him. When he was younger, much younger, still a child. Yet nowadays he couldn’t care about it anymore, just like about anything else. He was completely void on the inside, but this did not bother him. Not anymore. It was interesting to see how differently the people here reacted towards him, or reacted to a simple display of facial expressions. It was nothing more than tensing or relaxing some muscles for him and yet the other would react so differently.
The dark haired male massaged the shampoo into his wavy hair, making it fall flat for the moment being. He took great care in his appearance, probably the only thing he did care about. Besides his intelligence. Than what else was there to care about if others left you completely cold? They weren’t important to them, unless he could put them to use. Though that was his secret and he would make sure that would never come out. The scientist were the easiest to play, all they cared about were their results. However the other Subjects, some of them were easy to play, others… were not that easy. They just kept being distance to him, no matter how he played his part and that annoyed him in a certain way. He tilted his head back up, washing his body as he paid little attention to the people around him. He didn’t stay any longer than necessary under the shower, more so because the staff didn’t seem to like that and he did want to keep on a good foot with them. Today even more so than normally. All the little details of their plans had finally been put together. Everyone had been assigned with their task, now it all came down to waiting until the system was down.
Ralyn Cremont dried himself quickly, catching the droplets that run down his lean body. His muscles could be seen, but it was not like he was overly muscular. He was built for stamina and agility, not for brute force like some of the others. He places the towel around his hips as he walked to the dressing room. “Good morning” He said with a gentle tone, to none of the boys in particular. A soft frown that could be indicated as annoyance came to his face as he watched the unorderly pile of grey towels. It had become more easily, more natural even, for the young male to adjust his expression according to what he should be feeling. The pants he had laid out where picked up as Ralyn dressed himself. Dark demin jeans, simply because they would be sturdier than dress pants while escaping, and a white button up shirt. His delicate fingers quickly working to close the buttons. He pulled the long sleeves down, before putting his navy jacket over it. It was made of thick material and he just hoped it would be enough to keep him warm once they were outside. Their luck being that there lay no snow. Something that was not only helpful regarding the cold, but also it would not show their tracks or making it more difficult to get away. He walked over towards one of the sinks, brushing his teeth with precise routine moves. Amber eyes watching his own face change as he tried different expression just for fun. He spit out, washed his mouth, before putting away his toothbrush and toothpaste. His hair was still slightly damp from the shower, yet he brushed it back down into a rather formal look. Though he knew once it dried it would fall down around his head again, which he didn’t mind. He picked up the black framed glasses, placing them careful on his face. He didn’t really need them, but Ralyn liked wearing them. It gave him a more sophisticated look in his opinion. He picked up the necklace that lay beside it, closing the little clasp at the back of his neck. He shivered slightly as the cold silver fell against his warm skin, before his amber gaze fell back on the pile of towels.
The brown haired male stepped towards it, picking up the towels one by one, folding them and replacing them as an neat pile now. His lips were in a thin line as if he was overly concentrated on his actions. His mind however was once more going over the plan and the risks that came with it. He could easily protect himself with his power, blinding those who would follow him. However he was not a fighter, so if they caught him… He would be in trouble. Not that Molly would leave him out of her sight, so his chance of escaping was pretty much settled. Yes, the blood bending female would be the certainty that he would get out of here, no matter what. What bothered him was what would follow after that. They had no plan after that, if there would be a they even. They would not be able to stay in one place for too long, since the Scientists would not be happy about them escaping. Furthermore they had no idea if the bracelets would work if they were out in the open. The male looked down at the subtle silver band around his wrist. At least it seemed silver, but it was far stronger than that. Unlike his necklace it had nothing to open or close it. It was too narrow to actually pull it over his hand, at least without breaking any bones. Worst case scenario that would always be a possibility. They had Iridessa after all, who would be able to dull the pain. Possibly Alkalb to manipulate their bones, yet he had never really looked into the boys powers. He added the last towel to the pile as he turned around again, knowing that if he would get back in 10 minutes the place would probably be a mess again. “Why even bother…” He said, though he wasn’t even aware whether he was speaking to air or if there was actually someone with him.
With his head held up high and a slight bounce in his steps, as if he was happy, he returned to his room. He dropped of the stuff he was carrying and quickly picked up the last book he was reading. Lots of deaths, lots of sex, lots of betrayal. He actually did enjoy the story of a Song of Ice and Fire and he even planned on taking the last part with him. It was not a book you could simply leave behind right? He looked up as a low buzz rung through the building, time for lunch and he turned on his heels, leaving his room without looking. There was a bump, hard enough to make him stumble back a bit, as he quickly pulled an apologetic look on his face. “I am sorry, I wasn’t watching where I was going” He mumbled, as if slightly embarrassed. His amber stare only now moving up to see whom he had actually collided with. Though only to notice he had to actually lay his head back to look up to the person. “Remy!” His voice slightly higher than before as he greeted the Giant with enthusiasm. “Also these books. I would recommend them to you, but I am not sure if you would like them” He chatted easily, even with his dislike for such uselessness, as he turned to move towards the lunchroom.